November 4, 2008

Busy week

Monster & Monster
Originally uploaded by Citizen Rob
On this historic day, I thought I would touch on the inevitable subject, the thing that's on everyone's mind today.

That's right. Let's talk about my upcoming public appearances.

Okay, yeah. I know.

Tomorrow I fly Dayton, Ohio to speak to some classes at the University of Dayton. I'll be giving a presentation Thursday evening, and if you live in the area, or close to the area, or in the general area of the area, I hope you'll come see me. You can watch me in my fancy pants speech-giving mode.

This coming Saturday, I'll be doing my last book signing for the hardcover edition, at a Barnes & Noble in Dallas. Schuyler will be there, signing books, and I really hope the folks I've met and talked to in the Dallas area will come by and see me.

Okay, so I'll see you in Ohio, and oh yeah, get your ass out to vote today. Unless you voted early, in which case, do with your ass as you please.



Guest Lecturer
University of Dayton
Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work
Thursday, November 6, 2008
6:00 - 9:00pm
Sears Recital Hall
300 College Park Avenue (map)
Dayton, OH 45409
Meet and listen to author and blogger, Robert Rummel-Hudson, talk about Life with Schuyler. Mr. Rummel-Hudson is the author of Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with his Wordless Daughter. Schuyler was diagnosed with a rare neurological impairment that prevents her from speaking. The book documents the various challenges and moments of joy that accompanied their journey. Pizza will be available at 6pm in front of the Recital Hall prior to the presentation.

Book Signing
Saturday, November 8, 2008
1:00 pm
Barnes & Noble - Prestonwood Center (map)
5301 Belt Line Road
Dallas, TX 75254


BigRed said...

Does this mean that there will be a paperback version?

Domesticrazy said...

Man, I wish I could make it to Dayton on Thursday. I'd LOVE to hear you speak! Well, good luck in our ridiculous state, and let Schuyler know there's a whole family in Ohio that whooped in unison when we saw her grades. Way to go Schuyler!

Buddha Bites said...

Look forward to meeting you on Thursday in Dayton. My ass voted early in central Ohio, so now I'm doing with it as I please.....:-)

bunnybea said...

I would love to see you sometime in Nprthern California. I LOVED your book. You write beautifully and honestly.

Anonymous said...

I was debating coming to UD to see you speak, but free pizza? I'm so there.